Royal University for Women signs an agreement with BENEFIT and witnesses a high number of online registrations for second semester
Royal University for Women has signed an agreement with BENEFIT paving the way for its students to process online transactions and payments through all the retail banks in Bahrain through FAWATEER service. This agreement coincided with the start of the online registration for the second semester of the academic year 2016/2017.
Reflecting on this agreement, President of the Royal University for Women Professor Mazin Jumaah stated “We at Royal University for Women always aspire to keep pace with technological developments and measures that aid the student experience. The university has taken all necessary procedures and preparations to facilitate the electronic system, and will ultimately ease the daily transactions and academic registration for the students” Prof. Mazin also added the online registration is the means most usually used by the students, with 75% of the registered students using the online pathway as opposed to physically visiting the campus and completing the process. The addition of the FAWATEER service will allow students to pay their tuition fees and complete the financial registration measures simply, effectively and in an efficient manner”.
Supporting this statement, Ms. Sumaya Al Sayed, senior manager of the finance department at Royal University for Women, commended this measure and lauded Royal University for Women for being the first university in the Kingdom of Bahrain to implement this system. Ms. Al Sayed also added that the payment process through FAWATEER for students will be much easier as they can complete all transactions with the simple push of a button online or through mobile applications, or in all retail banks’ branches in the Kingdom of Bahrain to complete their registration processes and fees.Click here to Download PDF